Why It’s Now Called Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro

Take a stunning aerial view of Maharlika Bridge (popularly known as Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro.

Originally, the bridge was named after President Marcos. But after the EDSA Revolution, all structures named after Marcos was changed. Marcos Sports Center became Pelaez Sports Center and Marcos Bridge became Maharlika Bridge. Until now, Kagay-anons are still calling it Marcos Bridge.

Maharlika Bridge is one of the many bridges in Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Philippines 9000.

Here are the aerial photos of Maharlika Bridge (Marcos Bridge) as of October 2019.

Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View
Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View
Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View
Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View
Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View
Maharlika Bridge (Formerly Marcos Bridge) in Cagayan de Oro Aerial View


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